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to the gentleman from louisiana, mr. scalise. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. scalise: thank you, mr. chairman and i thank the gentleman from virginia for yielding and for bringing this bill forward. i'm a strong supporter of the reins act and why we are bringing this bill forward is because of the regulations that have been coming from this obama administration. when i talk to small business owners in my district, the biggest impediment they tell me to creating more jobs, the biggest impediment, are the rules and regulations coming down from the federal government. the reins act says if these rules and regulations are so important and have a $100 million impact, shouldn't they come before congress and state their case? what are you so afraid of coming before the public body? president obama said he was going to be the most transparent ever. yet he has bureaucrats coming up with rules and regulations and we have hearings on this stuff. and when they talk about things kids' going to save lives, the rules have absolutely nothing to do with improving the quality of peop
was killed. >>> breaking news overnight from louisiana, where a hostage standoff inside a bank has ended in deadly gunfire. authorities say the gunman shot two hostages before he was killed by police. one of the hostages has since died. the other is in critical condition. the ordeal began around noon yesterday. and negotiations had continued through the night. but police moved in once the gunman said he was going to kill his captives. >>> nature's punishing fury is battering the country in the east and the west, unleashing dangerous flash floods and destructive fires. >> as the east coast dries out from a sopping wet storm, wildfires, blazing through nearly a dozen western states. one fire destroyed a dozen homes in utah, forced hundreds of evacuations. and now, it's creeping up on a resort area, filled with luxury homes. a lightning strike is being blamed for the destructive fire that has already scorched more than 4,000 acres. at times, moving as fast as 80 feet per minute. the flames shot up the side of the mountain in summit county, utah, creating giant funnel clouds of smoke. this h
...incredible video from louisiana where a sinkhole swallow as group of trees on camera. an official in the parish had his cameras rolling when trees began disaffairing. the sinkhole has been growing for a year and it really kicked into high gear yesterday and can you see 20 seconds from start to finish for the trees to completely disaffair and the sinkhole was caused by a salt dome that began collapsing in august and it is estimated to be 25 abeers in size. >> unbelievable video. >> coming up next, an update for you on the breaking news in southern california. >> a tour bus crashed and there are dozens of >> we follow breaking news from southern california, a tour burst overfunded on the 210 freeway in los angeles county originating in monterey park. it is laying on its side. no one was hurt critically but there are 35 injuries. c.h.p. is now letting some cars through after shutting down the freeway entirely. >> four people were flown to the hospital but we don't know about their injuries. >> we will show you the new pedestrian and bicycle path on the new eastern span of the bay bridge the. >> a famo
delays, an house, i want to show you, too amazing video, this is from southern louisiana where a sinkhole swallows up several tall fleece a matter of seconds, really impressive video here. the sinkhole has been growing since last august. as a result, you can see what happened there. that is very interesting stuff to show you. meanwhile, much quieter here. temperatures are really comfortable out there 68, livermore, 60, oakland, 70 degrees right now in gilroy. comfortable conditions persist. this is where we are looking for that red flag warning. it will continue likely for the next couple of days. want to show you the realtime lightning strikes are coming down now. mostly up op mostly up over the cascades, good news forth firefighting efforts for yosemite. take it back local, show you where the clouds are right now, onshore flow, picking up, cloudy conditions, san jose now, take it to your futurecast, show you the rest of the day, sunshine, full sunshine expected by 3 p.m. those clouds back onshore, head through the overnight hours, look at your highs today, a return to fog, a return to c
in a louisiana bank that ended in gunfire. the 0-year-old suspect opened fire on his hostages when officers entered the building. alina machado, good morning, what do we understand about the situation? >> reporter: good morning, chris. this remains an active scene. we've been seeing investigators coming and going from this bank all night combing through the evidence. louisiana state police have identified the alleged hostagetaker at 20-year-old fuwad abdu akmed. over the course of 20 hours he made several demands and released a female hostage but just before midnight local time something changed, the s.w.a.t. team stormed the bank because the gunman according to police this threatened to kill the hostages. now, akmed was shot dead. police say he shot both hostages before he was killed. those two hostages were taken to area hospitals where at least check they were listed in critical condition. >> alina supposedly one of the changes in the situation was that the suspect made known what he wanted. do we know what that was, what the agenda was here, if not money? >> reporter: we don't know exac
sboog florida and into georgia. as we get through saturday, we see it spread back to louisiana and mississippi. notice toward the mid-atlantic, the moisture and chance for showers, nothing like the south. either way, the clouds are moving in. heavy rain toward texas. still raining in the southeast. we are talking about the combination bringing eight inches of rain that have been soaked. >> the rain is really stuck there in the southeast. >> this unbelievable amount of rain. this summer, we have seen way over, 10 to 15 inches over. >> how many inches of rain have they seen? >> every place is different but some ten to 15. >> thank you. >>> kind of good news/bad news. it's a deal for the believers convinced we are not alone on the universe. do you believe this? >> yeah. >> the cia is officially acknowledging the existence of super secret area 51. the documents include a map of the location in the nevada desert. would you go, berman? >> mm-hmm. >> you would? >> mm-hmm. >> they said it's a testing sight for surveillance during the cold war. >> you believe that? >> i do. >> if they a
't working out that well. no guarantee of success. in louisiana, in 2010 the state lost $0.85 for every $1 of film credit it gave. in washington, d.c. from 2007 to 2009 they lost $0.77 for every $1 spent on tax credits. in massachusetts, only one local job was created for every $128,575 spent in film credits. >> well, the movie constitution. >> they offer the tax incentives and try it. >> the movie studios are there to throw the money around to say to the local politicians give us money, and maybe we'll bring some of our productions out here. and you know, we also should remember this is-- >> well, we apparently lost bill wyman. do you want to elaborate that? >> louisiana got hot when they were in trouble financially. michigan is the recent hot place, and they're in trouble financially. it's the magic of the movies. the idea that it's the movies is exciting. the idea that they can build another industry out of whole cloth is exciting. the idea that big productions pe coming is exciting. financially it's not a great deal for them. canada is fortunate that they've built an industry. >> it is
this morning." >>> a deadly end overnight to a standoff in louisiana. police say a mentally unstable man took three people hostage in the small river town of st. joseph. now, a look at the violent end to the siege. [ sirens ] >> reporter: the deadly standoff began around noon tuesday. when authorities say a gunman armed with a rifle and handgun, took three people hostage at this st. joseph's bank in rural northeast louisiana. >> we still been able to talk to him. they've asked for some food and provisions. >> reporter: law enforcement agencies were called in to assist with negotiations that dragged on for nearly 12 hours. but officials pledged to do whatever was necessary. >> the teams we have can be in place for a long period. we're going to be here as long as it takes. >> reporter: a female hostage was released later in the day. but police tell cbs news that around midnight s.w.a.t. teams were forced to kill the gunman after he shot the two remaining victims. apparently because his demands weren't met. >> fuad abdo ahmed was the perpetrator's name. he is deceased at the
, bail set at $1 million. >> louisiana governor declared a state of emergency around the site of a derailed train that leaked a chemical. the union pacific train forced evacuation of about 100 homes about 60 miles west of baton rouge. the other leaking oil. >> still to come at 4:00 a 4-year-old boy hasn't made it to preschool yet but did to serve his second term as mayor. >> tonight's q and a just ahead so i'm still taking your questions. you can contact me at facebook.com and on twitter. >>o+>5oking west, we can see bright skies over the bay area. low clouds and fog are yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> this wildfire forced evacuations in riverside county. broke out in cleveland national forest near lake elsinnor. it affects about 50 noms a remote, rugged area. the fire burned 175 acre autos let's get another check with spencer christian now. >> we have low clouds and fog at the coast. we had lots of low cl
incredible video from louisiana showing a sinkhole swallowing trees whole yesterday. you can see trees moving very slowly -- and then the momentum carries and down they go into the water. finally they disappear. according to officials, the sinkhole opened last august. and it has been growing ever since. incredible. >> amazing video there. >>> this afternoon they are having a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new facility at the oakland zoo. the biodiversity center is devoted to conserving endangered and threatened animals, plants and habitats. one thing it will do is take care of young animals until they can make it on their own. >> we'll be raising some of these animals from, in the frogs' cases, tadpoles up to juveniles and adults before we let them back into the wild. and this will give them a better chance after surviving their natural predators. >> the oakland zoo is working with the san francisco zoo and sonoma state university on a program to research, raise and release western pond turtles back into the wild. the center will not be open to the public. >>> it's time to eat now. we're talki
's alleged chemical attack. we'll speak with bob corker. and the ceo of popeye's louisiana kitchen joins us in the studio. >> that's the news this morning. thanks for watching. i'm anne marie green. have a great day. his morning. i'm anne marie green. have a good day. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> she's like houdini. >> good morning, i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. what do you mean? >> you just amaze me. you always do. [ laughter ] >> thanks. >> she's always ready to go, huh? once the bell hits. >> always prepared. >> ready to go. hey, folks, we are going again on this monday morning. low clouds and fog have surged onshore very wet out toward the coastline a lot of drizzle there. when will we clear things out? we'll talk about that coming up. >> those far right toll lanes are closed until about 5:00 this morning. caused big backups over at the bay bridge all weekend long. they have been shut down since friday evening. slight delays there. we'll talk about your monday morning drive coming up. >> three more commutes on the bridge and that's it. thank you.
touchdowns at louisiana tech. he was part of such a successful offense in college that the head coach landed the job at cal in december. >> ultimate player coach. he can relate to the players and everything. >> reporter: much like jim harbaugh who felt lucky to take him in the fourth round of the nfl draft pat was so excited to join his new team he nearly broke rules in may to get here. >> bought my own ticket to come here because i thought you get drafted could you just come out at any time and everything. >> reporter: the league doesn't allow rookies to come to the facility until minicamp. something harbaugh forgot to tell him. >> we had to go -- you're where?! what airport did you fly into? uhm, you're in a rental car driving here? yeah, coach. 20 minutes away. we go, you can't be here. >> hey, you can't be here. i thought he was going to get in trouble. like, oh, man. okay. well, all right. so i got into the hotel and flew home the next day. >> the fact that he would buy his own ticket fly out here just to meet us speaks volumes about him. that's something i would have done. >> reporter:
to death in 1988 for the stabbing death of a cleveland neighbor. >>> evacuations in louisiana after a train derailed in baton rouge carrying oil and corrosive chemicals. there haven't been injuries reported. 50 homes near the sight have been evacuated as a precaution. >>> heavy rain. this is what it looked like in hutchinson near wichita. seven inches of rain fell in some areas. sunday morning, in the morning, seven inches, turning the treat streets into rivers. this is good for the drought, but not for getting around. guess what? more rain par ith of the countr. >> those poor folks. >> indra is here to give us the news of the flood and the rain. >> it is not just today they are looking atmore rain. there is rain in the forecast throughout the week. you can see what fell in 24 hours there. almost seven inches of rain. look at the radar. more rain in the area from thunderstorms. it's slow moving thunderstorms. the rain cloud above your house will not go away. more rain in the forecast today. the flood threat remains. we are looking at rain staying in the forecast as we look toward the weeken
was president and it was right before monroe left to go to france to negotiate what became the louisiana purchase. he wrote, monroe has a fine feeling. he cannot stand to be from his wife, so he is taking her with him. that was pretty much their attitude. he was devoted to family, as well. that is really what they wanted to do. if they had their choice of how they would spend their time, it would be with their family. >> this program is interactive. we invite your phone calls. you can reach us at -- let me turn to a facebook poster. "we have heard elizabeth monroe did not like being first lady." >> she did not like the public parts of it. she married james monroe when she was a member of the continental congress. through their entire adult life, he was in one public office or the other. she was very much used to him being a public figure, being the governor of virginia, being abroad as a minister of the united states serving as secretary of state. to go to the white house was not anything that unusual. it was not anything unexpected. people had talked about monroe being president for yea
've had reports that made the news about dogs shot in buffalo, chattanooga, louisiana, police shoot hundreds of dogs in this country every year. the question is should we be providing training about this and how to deal with these dogs? every time you do more training you're talking about more money. but this is not--i'm surprised this particular case has drawn so much attention without seeing the bigger picture. a writer has done a terrific job oon the militarization of the place, disrespecting civil rights. the woman who was arrested for filming the police while standing on the porch of her own home. that's the larger problem. i agree with you and ana, cenk, that the guy was haranguing the cops and behaving in a way that would likely get him in trouble, he had aer right to film what was going on, but the larger question is how often these incidents happen and why? >> cenk: in that case, look, i saw the video. the reason they shot the dog because the dog was jumping towards the cop. it's a rot we'ller. >> i'm not sure they needed to shoot the dog. >> cenk: if i have a rottweiler ju
of potentially deadly toxic chemicals forcing the evacuation of about 100 homes in central louisiana. sodium hydroxide which could be deadly if inhaled or touched reportedly leaking from a train car that derailed. a second car is leaking lubricant oil. the leaks have been contained, and the amounts were reportedly small. a tonight of 20 union pacific train cars jumped those tracks. >>> the muslim brotherhood spiritual leader, his deputy and another key figure will be on trial this month to allegedly inciting members to kill leaders in the outing to mohamed morsi's being forced out. >>> a search for a 25-year-old snowboarder. 12 people using chainsaws moved tons of da brie to finally locate his body. he was snowboarding with five friends saturday when an ice tunnel collapsed crushing him beneath a block of ice the size of a school bus. >>> this frightening video tells the tale, firefighters lucky to be alive. a captain realized the house was seconds from collapsing, radioed the warning and those firefighters got away just in time. only minor injuries were reported. we'll have more for you on
, florida. >> take a look at your weather on this hump day. rainy, louisiana to south carolina. there will be a few thunderstorms from eastern montana to new mexico. mostly dry along the west coast. >> feels like fall on the east coast. highs in the 70s from boston down to carolinas. 90 or above most of florida, parts of texas will top 100. >> all right. everybody loves a good party. the more elaborate the better. this one so elaborate we. decided to make it our "favorite story of the day." ♪ ♪ >> the kid's name is sam horowitz from texas, and joining the lady on stage for "dance again" by j-lo. sam's bar mitzvah. it happened last summer. the elaborate party is getting attention because the video was online. >> the kid can dance. >> i want to watch that over and over again. oh, my gosh. look at him. he knows all the moves. >> a natural entertainer. natural born. ♪ spotlight on me >> would you do it, diana. >> the lady in the background. nobody knew who i was, wearing a -- if i was a 13, sam horowitz. >> if you go for it. own it. that kid owned it. didn't he? >> he is so c
for president at the time, gets the vice presidential nomination so you have this axis of taylor, a louisiana sugar planter, running with fillmore, the comptroller of the state of new york. for me there's a personal thing which i have to say, i currently teach at albany law school where fillmore was living and next year i will be a visitor at l.s.u., a law school in louisiana, so i'm the embodiment of the albany-baton rouge accent, as well. >> i'd like to say, let's don't discount that the mexican war brought us all of the western southwest -- california, new mexico, et cetera. he was the commander-in-chief and he acted like it and if it upset winfield scott who had quite a temper, and zachary taylor, so be it, but as it turned out, that's what history has recorded. we greatly expanded the united states during that time and we got those properties for very, very little. in terms of the history of real estate, polk rates high. >> on to zachary taylor. >> only if you think that going to war with a country to steal half their country is an appropriate and legitimate thing to do and significant n
with a front in the southeast. that means heavy rain stretching from louisiana all the way into the carolinas. couple scattered showers are possible in the northeast but generally speaking gorgeous. we're talking about 70s and 80s. temperatures below normal and i always want to end on a good note especially in the rock block. >> rocking into a beautiful weekend. thanks so much, indra. >>> we're close to the top of the hour, time for the top news. >>> right now we're just looking for her future and getting her settled. >> moving forward. hannah anderson stepping out in public for the first type since being rescued. new details on her captor as we hear from her father on how she is doing. >>> too far, a blistering, new report says the nsa broke privacy rules of its surveillance program thousands of times each year, spying on americans it shouldn't be. >>> new discovery and it's a cute one, meet the mammal who has been hidden for centuries just being found by mankind now. where has he been all this time? >> your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: what you need to know. >> our traditional
't they? lara? >>> we turn now to the alarming hostage situation overnight in a bank in louisiana. a 20-year-old man taking three people hostage tuesday afternoon, in a tense standoff with police that lasted well into the night. abc's pierre thomas is back with us now with the latest. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, lara. police were hoping to resolve this standoff peacefully. but it ended in a bloody spray of gunfire. shortly before midnight, police stormed the bank, after they say the gunman indicated he was going to kill two hostages. according to police, as they entered the building, the suspect, identified as 20-year-old fuaed abdo ahmed, shot the hostages, both bank employees. police killed the suspect, who they claim was armed with a handgun and a rifle. the confrontation began more than 12 hours earlier, when the gunman walked into the bank and began making bizarre demands. police say the suspect was a paranoid schizophrenic who claimed he had been hearing voices, including from a device planted in his head. authorities believe it was not a bank robbery but a pl
, louisiana. >> and meanwhile, one hostage is dead and another in critical condition after the police ended a 12-hour standoff with a gunman at a bank. he is identified as fuaed abdo auk med. this is what we are learning about the man, he was a paranoid schizophrenic according to police who was known to local law enforcement. they tell us that he had no intention of rob ing tbing the but during the standoff, ahmed said that he heard voices and he wanted a quote, device removed from his head. >>> and blood is flowing again on the streets of cairo and egypt and the government backed by the military has imposed a state of emergency. the killing began after dawn today, just about 12 hours ago there in egypt as troops moved in to clear the two large camps of peaceful demonstrators. at this hour in egypt as the sun is setting, the camps have been dismantl dismantledle, but the fighting rages on in cairo, and these are live pictures. few, few people in the streets. armored trucks, and three of them is what we are look atting at here sh, and the latest deat toll is 149 killed in cairo. i want you t
of them. he was from louisiana. he worked in the railroads for a while as a porter. when i met him, he was -- he had a water pump here and a little pecan tree, and he was cutting down the pecan tree to burn fire to keep himself warm. he was five-foot-five, sleeping on a little iron crate. the crate was too small for him, so he had a wooden beekeeper's box for his head. there were -- i'll looking inside, and there were veinna sausage cans, empty ones, that had had put in the corners to keep the place from falling. literally, chickens have a better roost than had did, and this is where he was living. he came, you know, we found him a half century later, and he was nervous, thought we were government workers here to maybe inspect the house, shut it down, whatever. i said, new york city we're -- i said, no, we're here to tell his story. we're standing in the old lake basin. it was the biggest body of fresh water west of the mississippi, 800 square miles of lake right here in the middle of california, and these cotton grower from the south, chased out by the bull weevil came west, and they
of them. he was from louisiana. he worked in a row boats for a while porter. when i met him, he had a little water pump year and a little pecan tree and he was cutting down the pecan tree to burn fire to keep himself warm. he was five-foot five site.iron crate. the iron crate was too small, so he had to beekeepers box for his head. i remember looking inside and there were vienna sausage cans, empty ones that he put in the credit saves to keep the place from falling. chickens have a better roost than he did. this is where he was living. we found and a half a century later and he was paribas. he thought we were government workers here to maybe inspect the house, shut it down, whatever. i told them no, we were here to tell his story. standing in the old to the relay could be said was the biggest body of freshwater west of the mississippi, 800 square miles right here in the middle of california. these cotton growers from the south were chased out by the bull weasel, came last and they claim this land, this blakely and. they took the rivers and dams them and shoved to the flow to places
situation in louisiana. >> a tragic ending there. finally ended this morning after the gunman was shot and killed by police. police say the 20-year-old took three hostages at a bank in rural louisiana tuesday afternoon. he released one of the women, but just before midnight police say he threatened to kill the remaining two hostages, and that's when police stormed the building. they say he then shot the hostages, killing one of them. police then shot and killed the gunman. no word this morning on the condition of the second victim. >>> officials now say there is little hope of finding any survivors inside the indian navy submarine that caught fire overnight in mumbai after some of its weapons exploded accidently. there were at least 18 sailors aboard the vessel. rescue divers have entered the subon the remote chance someone might be alive inside an air pocket. >>> the rodeo clown who wore a president obama mask during a performance at the missouri state fair has been banned for life. fair officials say they're also reviewing their contract with the company that ran the event. the incid
as many as six or seven refineries from kansas, oklahoma, texas, to louisiana. doubt that the vast majority if not 100% of the gasoline will be distributed within the united states and not put on. do export diesel because we don't use the soul like europe does. so, we have had a symbiotic relationship. we send them our diesel and they send us their gasoline. and also some of the lubricant and manufacturing products that thatight products from oil we don't use will be exported, too. those are actually healthy for our economy. host: representative terry, an issue that does affect nebraska but you do not necessarily think about nebraska when you talk about immigration. how does it affect nebraska? personally on the issue of immigration and how would you like to see it? guest: it does affect nebraska. plants inlot of we rely on that hispanic labor. we have had a good share of immigrants into both omaha, my district, as well as other cities throughout nebraska. where i am is, we need reform. we absolutely need to attack this issue. this is -- and i think pretty much the consensus of the
materials and the red in louisiana forcing the evacuation of a hundred homes. one person went to the hospital complaining of eye irritation. more than 20 cars went off the track near lawtell, about 60 mi. west of baton rouge. two cars of the train were leaking. one of them was leaking sodium homicidhydride hydroxide, whichs out the cole's of inhaling or touching the skin. the governor was leading blue oil. >> new york police say that an officer shot and killed a 14 year-old boy who had shot at another person. this is video surveillance the side of a liquor store of the 14 year old going after the other person. the teen, identified as shaaliver douse, was hit in the jaw and died at the scene. the investigation is still ongoing. kidnapping a survivor the genome dejesus made a public appearance over the weekend, as part of the cleveland's pr parade. she rode na campaign car for a cleveland city council candidates. last she admitted being kidnapped by aerial castro and he was sentenced to life in prison for raping her and two other women for a decade. >>george: the backups have co
speaut 5Ñ >>> welcome back. time now, 8:23. about 100 homes evacuated in a small town in louisiana after a train derailed and spilled hazardous chemicals. it happened yesterday about 60 miles west of baton rouge. one of the cars leaked a chemical that is very hazardous. another car leaked oil. so far no serious injuries reported. >>> oakland police are investigating a crash that injured four children. a pickup truck lost control on 73 about 8:00 last night. the car slammed into a telephone pole and a fire hydrant, as you can see. a father and four children were in the car. all of the children were taken to the hospital. two had serious injuries. police are spooking into speed -- are looking into speed as a possible factor to the crash. >>> sal, have you fixed things around the bay bridge yet? >> you make me laugh, dave. >> i'm hoping. i'm hoping. >> you know what? people are probably not in a good mood about this, having to get into san francisco with a couple of lanes just off the bridge being blocked westbound. these are pictures of the truck that was on fire. not much left. ktvu's bri
. from african-killer honest he bees in the southwest to louisiana to the spread of the burmese python in the florida everglades. all part of a scary trend. >> everywhere we look, we see species that are spreading and damaging our natural eco-systems now. and when scientists look into the future, they see the potential for many more damaging species. >> reporter: you make it sound like we're under attack everywhere. >> we are under attack everywhere. >> reporter: david lodge is a biologist at the university of notre dame. he says our agricultural system depends on plant and animal species imported to america, like wheat and cows and pigs. but that doesn't make them invaders >> an invasive species is a species that's been transported from one part of the planet to the other by people. and a species that has a harmful impact. >> reporter: and typically transported by design, by accident, a little bit of both? >> both. lots of invasive species have been transported by accident in the ball after water of ships or as a hidden pest on plants that have been imported. but many have also been i
and california, there flowing to other states like louisiana, new york trying for too. that is hard, tangible money leaving california. is that mainly because of the high tax rates in california? liz: that is the complaint. it was such a complaint that arnold schwarzenegger sent danny devito and clint eastwood to sacramento saying you got to keep the movie production here in california, in hollywood, in l a because it creates revenue growth but they were ignored because sacramento's said we have too many other issues, other budgetary concerns, the teachers association fought against it. california is losing out on big-time revenue because the revenue is flowing to other states in blockbuster production. stuart: don't tell me high tax rates have no consequences because they do. liz: they absolutely do. stuart: the dow down 1 and the points and we will wrap all been a moment. u2 wrapping up the market option for you today. the deadline for the debt ceiling with nona gaucher shen coming the president. the price of gold sharply higher. the price of oil very troubling. higher gas prices not too fa
. joining us is a board certified emergency room physician and an adjunct assistant professor at louisiana state university shreveport. great to see you. >> great to be here. jamie: we worry about the kids being sick and not being able to start school but we worry about us, too. what do we need to do to keep both of us healthy? >> you know, the summer colds -- colds are caused all year long. you're right. the summer colds are lasting longer. so people are confusing them with allergies. so the most important thing you can do is wash your hands. don't let your kids touch their face or eat anything before they wash their hands because unfortunately, the common cold we still don't have a cure for it. there's no vaccine. you don't need antiobiotics for it so just got -- >> are we using anti-bacterial too much? >> it didn't really help that much with the flu if you could wash your hands but if you can't wash your hands, it's a good alternative and sending your kids that are old enough to know not to put it in their mouth and things like that to school might be a good option, too. jamie: and how
inspections, suvfficiencysufficiency, and aids. getting fs, texas, louisiana, indiana, and oklahoma where this hidden video caught a nursing assistant shoving a glove in a woman's mouth, in ohio which lacks staff, video caught a caregiver flinging a senior onto her bed. >> senior officials need to hold them accountable and step up and providing better care. >> according to the report just seven stated provided care by professional nursing care. states that did the best had larger and more experienced staff. >> i was wondering if you could explain your actions on that video. >> we tried to speak to minnie gram's nursing aides. they declined. they were both arrested. their cases are still pending. as for minnie gram she died a few weeks after this video. >> she just gave up didn't want to be treated like that in her last days, you know. >> reporter: adequacy for elderly says improvements must be made soon. the nursing population will be increasing 40% in the next decade. >> for more go to the cbs news website and click on health. >>> now to the murder and racketeer
in louisiana at the time. to beduke -- happened teaching in louisiana at the time. david duke nearly became governor of our state. i decided i needed to get politically active to keep the kkk from taking over the state i live in. i became active with the national organization for women because of n.o.w.'s commitment to the intersection of racism, able-ism, homophobia, all of the ism's. they are intertwined. we have been talking to colleagues in the weeks and days leading up to this very luncheon. one of the things we talked of thes the four themes 50th anniversary march on washington. that would be freedom and jobs and peace and social justice. when you look at those issues and ask yourself, what is the impact on women of those things -- then you ask yourself, what is the impact on various communities of women? what is the impact on african- american women? what is the impact on immigrant women? what about latinas, and younger women, and older women? long time ago, a legal scholar she hadrothy roberts -- that phrase. ask the woman question. any issue you are talking about, ask the woman que
and warnings from texas into louisiana and arkansas. oklahoma city like 106 degrees. 110 in houston. new orleans like 106. it is beautiful here in the northeast with temperatures in the 70s, 80s through the ohio river valley. 90s interior sections of the pacific northwest and the hundreds extend into the southwest as well. a slight risk of strong storms into the central and upper mississippi river valleys. beautiful weather up in the west coast. 89 >>> 7:36. good tuesday morning to you. meteorologist christina loren. this is san jose. we have the same dark sky just about everywhere. overcast conditions for the first part of the day. we'll see a nice sunny finish. temperatures stay comfortable. 79 degrees on the way to livermore, 80 in fairfield, 77 concord and 74 degrees in beautiful redwood city for today. holding steady through thursday, then we'll crank the heat up come this weekend. hope you have a fantastic day. >>> don't forget any time you need that weather go to the weather channel or weather.com online, savannah. >>> all right. al, thank you so much. this morning on rossen repor
. but across the states of florida, alabama, mississippi, louisiana, and texas, maybe not. >> we're going to stop you for not having a gun. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: there you go. exactly. yeah, i guess that's -- you know, that's a state by state issue, chris. >> it is. >> stephanie: killed an unarmed teenager -- all right. okay. daryle in mobile -- >> caller: [ inaudible ] mobile, stephfy. >> stephanie: hi daryle go ahead. >> caller: i was doing 80 and a black guy got ahead of me speeding, and i got pulled over, and i had my police t-shirt on, and i had my weapon on my side. he said okay. i need your license and registration. but he did give me a ticket. >> stephanie: yikes. yeah, interesting. interesting. i guess you are not quite as awesome as george zimmerman. >> caller: i guess not. when i seen that on the news. i said, wow, what a break. >> stephanie: yeah, you are not quite as white looking as george zimmerman. maybe that's what it is. >> wow. >> stephanie: just yet another incredible story, how about incredible that awesome -- >> he's so awesome. >> stephanie: right. he is just g
bill came up, we worked with our allies, mary landrieu of louisiana and lindsey graham of south carolina and the house side, jim moran of virginia and bill young of florida to have language to stipulate that usda could not spend any of its dollars setting up an inspections program for horse slaughter for human consumption. we won the amendments but the spending bill is not passed because congress is not doing its job on a reliable basis. we don't know when that was going to pass but usda surprisingly -- with that looming, with that spending ban looming and the prospect of the plants operating for two months, three months at the longest, basically said okay, we're going to grant you inspection permits. bill, this is even more strange because the administration in its 2014 budget request on agricultural spending urged a defund of the horse slaughter plant. so i think the lawyers got ahold of this and they took this highly legalistic view that well, we don't support horse slaughter but the current law says it is okay. so we're just going to allow this. >> bill: when i read that, i
. louisiana, mississippi, what is happening in some of those states? >> that is an important point, one of the interesting demographic changes in america over the last 25 years. the expert we will hear from later. traditionally, immigrants have gone to the south, other than -- shunned the south, other than texas. that has been a problem. now, you are seeing dixie really attracting a lot of the immigrant states like north carolina. one of the states with the biggest percentage increase of immigration over the last 15 years has been georgia. it has become a high-growth state. people at, are immigrants more attracted to a state with high welfare benefits, or are they attracted to a state that has jobs? we look at some of the evidence, and what we found was, on balance, immigrants are much more likely to go to states with unemployment rates than they are to go to states with welfare. they are coming here because they want a job, not a welfare check. >> it makes logical sense. if you are to leave your country and make out somewhere new -- >> there are so many people on the other side of the
into a sinkhole. this is crazy. it's in louisiana in the bayou country. the water churns as the unseen sinkhole underneath it opens up on the bayou floor. >> a local emergency official says the sinkhole is still active and that it continues to grow. but he adds that homes aren't in any danger for now, of course. even so an evacuate i i would as soas p i don't carallo heaw.'t carallo >> look at that. >> i can't imagine living anywhere near that. apparently this is a sinkhole, growing, growing, there just hasn't been dramatic video like this where the >> s youtube it. >> watch this video. >> youtube it. >>> coming up, the youngest player on the washington play plon the washington >> e thaliv >>> first, the story parents should see. the social networking site kids are flocking to. some a mt fi new ♪ you can't hear me and all you're ever going to be is mean ♪ ♪ why you got to be so mean >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. ♪ all you're ever gonna be is mean ♪ ♪ why you got to be so mean >>> now to a hot new website that has some parents and experts
in southern louisiana. it swallowed trees in a matter of seconds last night. sinkhole first appeared more than a year ago in assumption parish. it now covers 25 acres. it's hundreds of feet deep. it's expected to keep growing. the sinkhole has caused a little tidal wave in that swamp. i'm always amazed that somebody has a camera somewhere to capture that. it's amazing video. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, the panama canal is the most famous shortcut in the world, but after 99 years, shippers say it is not big enough anymore. we'll show you the historic project to expand the canal. that's ahead. >>> and only on "cbs this morning," an answer to one of the lasting questions from watergate. who erased 18 minutes from richard nixon's oval office tapes? we'll hear from two investigators in a moment, but first the nixon presidential library has released the final 340 hours of those tapes. they were recorded more than a year before the watergate scandal forced nixon out of office. bill plante is outside the watergate complex in washington where it all began years a
charles, louisiana, backed by a partnership between bg group and energy transfer equity. joining us energy transfer equity global. cfo, jamie welch. thanks for beiig with us. you guys must be pretty psyched. >> we are, tracy, thank you very much. it has been a long process. it is a major hurdle out of the way. it allows us to obviously focus on ferc approval and getting everything else buttoned down from a commercial standpoint. we're hoping to get this project financed and have our financial investment decision and start construction in the first part of 2015. tracy: construction by mid 2015. you hope to have this working by mid 2019. a lot of jobs for a bunch of people for a lot of years, isn't it? >> at its peak it is 5,000 basically jobs on the actual site itself. each train, and we'll have three particular trains here, is about 4.5 million man-hours per train. so it does add up and obviously it will be good for the economy. tracy: jamie, why do you think it takes so long to get through the so-called red tape down in washington, right? >> you applied for this a really long time ago. th
don't know if you guys are fans of "true blood" on hbo. really hot people in louisiana that turn out to be vampires and werewolves. joe manganiello plays the hot werewolf. >> it's a long, strange story. i'll tell you on the way. >> clearly, that guy is very talented there. a very talented trained actor. he has a bfa from carnegie melon. get it out because i have good jokes coming up. joe manganiello classically tra trained and he says while he likes "true blood" he wants more. he says this, he says, running shirtless in the woods pays the bills, but it's only a sliver of what i do. he continues, "sometimes all i'm being asked to do is rip my shirt off and growl." so, joe manganiello you win the "man, do i know how you feel award." nuothing worse than being asked to rip your shirt off and growl. actually, just once i want to be asked to rip my shirt off and growl. >> i want you to know, i'm not laughing. the other two are. >> you're laughing at what. the concept to you is laughable? >> no, laughing with you and you'll get your chance, my friend. when fabio makes his way to "new day" t
in the senate voted for this.mary landrieu runs in louisiana as if she is some kind of moderate democrat. she is a yes vote for obama on everything. obama has been trying to crush the oil industry. she has done nothing to protect it. the state has been badly damaged by president obama's policies against oil and energy production. mary landrieu stands there and does nothing. she has to run for reelection. not only has she been attacking louisiana's major industry, but she was also the person who gave them this mess of obamacare. there are a whole series of challenges. i think that is why it is possible to get a year's delay in obamacare. i think only focus on the career, at the american people say we can do better. it does leave the door open. some democrats could step back from the mistake they made when they voted for a bill that they had not ever read. host: why do they keep saying the americans did not want the affordable care act when he was elected on that? guest: obama beat romney. there are a whole series of issues on the table there. if it had been a referendum on obama care, romney w
energy. >> guest: louisiana i had a great trip there in a bipartisan delegation. there is such potential to open up and create jobs. when i talk about revenue generation. it's actually taking the amazing resources of natural gas and oil and also wind and the renewables and leveraging that inputting americans to work in changing lives and creating a revenue that we need for better roads and better schools. i think in washington we too often polarized either you are for the environment or for jobs or something like this and i just don't see it that way. we can do what has been done in the leasing and other areas, diversify the economy and great paying jobs. >> host: what specifically though are you talking about? >> guest: i ran on this opening up coast of virginia so we can drill and get to the natural resources that are there in an environmentally safe way. the governor ran on it and the general assembly wants it and the president the only thing holding us us back as chile demonstration. that is not a partisan comment but to the secretary of the interior they are not moving forward and e
of heat advisories, excessive heat warnings in effect. into arkansas and louisiana. so we'll keep an eye on that. otherwise in cleave lands, also in the 80 -- cleveland, also in the 80s. let's head back inside. >> steve: thank you. >> gretchen: president george w. bush will be released from the hospital today. doctors placed a stent in his heart to open up a blocked artery. k dfw is live outside the hospital where the president is recovering right now. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. actually told he's in great spirits. in fact, spokesperson says he's very grateful for the care he's received. he arrived yesterday after routine physical at a nearby clinic found a clogged artery. doctors placed the stent in mr. george george's heart to push the blockage out of the way. we talked to a cardiologist at baylor medical center that says because of it so sudden, she believes that blockage was severe. this is unusual because mr. bush is very active at 67. in fact, we caught up to him a few months ago when he was hosting a bike ride for wounded soldiers. >> the thing about life, you're
in louisiana. hello, thanks for waiting. caller: thank you for having me. that in to comment australia, you have to vote. enrolledutomatically on you are allowed to vote all types of networks. >> what happens if you don't vote? fine or a prison sentence. you vote. it's part of your duty. >> you think something like that would work here? caller: we have too many crazies. it would not work here. it should. it's a good thing. the future of the democrats could be most anyone. i say hillary would be good. look. listening to all that i've heard ,efore, most of the republicans they are crazy. they are not the future. i certainly hope not. i'm not young. scared of what is happening to our country. the lies, the inability to help the poor, everything for the wealthy. with thet of growth very rich and the poor getting poorer all the time. >> new mexico, margaret on the republican line. taking ournk you for calls. i am here with my husband david. first of all, i want you to know that up until about three weeks ago, we were democrats and we just switch to the republican party. as catholics, we just cou
, louisiana. this sinkhole has been expanding for over a year. officials think it was caused by the drilling of a well into an underground salt mine. it's shocking to watch this happen just before your eyes and after a while it's like nothing happened. >> you're sure it wasn't a gator. >> sure it wasn't a gator-nado. >> i've watched "swamp people." >> we will have an investigation. >> shoot 'em, shoot 'em! i watch large amounts of reality shows. >> we need an intervention. indra, kate? >> believe me this is the least of my problems. >> no kidding. indra is keeping track of the latest forecast for us. >> good morning. i have good news for everyone in the midwest and northeast. it's going to take a little bit to get there but we're talking about a cold front making its way through the area today, ohio valley and into the mid-atlantic but this is good news because the cold front means cold temperatures behind it and we're going to be talking about sunshine, not today, the rain is today but tomorrow look at the beautiful weather expected to spread into the mid-atlantic so for the weekend 70s and
and our disaster resilience series which cohosted with the pennington foundation of baton rouge, louisiana. for those of you interested in the series i would encourage you to visit our website, csis.org to learn more about those events including interviews and videos. natural disasters represent a significant challenge. on average we experience 10 severe weather events each year, exceeding $1 billion in damage. in the 1980s the annual average was only two such even events. in 2012 alone disastrous cost the u.s. an estimated $110 billion making it the second most costly year in disasters in recent decades. adjusting disasters and the cost goes will acquire us to -- our long-term efforts to build resilience for communities, businesses, government agencies and individuals are better prepared for and can recover more quickly and more fully from natural disasters. to discuss how we can make building and resilient nation more effective and more of a priority, we're joined today by dissing bush panel of experts. first i would like to introduce david heyman who'll be living a few opening remarks.
of the film subsidies did for louisiana after hk urricane katrina. >> i had to google henry cavill. >> don't google ben affleck. >> meantime, dow continues to waver in the red. seeing some pressure -- i see jcpenney at a fresh 12-year low after the walmart price cuts earlier today. there's a look at what's going on. if you're just joining us this morning, here is what you missed earlier on. >>> welcome to "squawk on the street." here is what's happened so far. >> every time the oil price spikes, the economy gets weaker. and that's the real outcome here that the global economy suffers the high price of oil and if we stay on this path, we're not going to have a very good decade. >> increases half expectations, up 0.1. spending up 0.1. that's about a third of what we were looking for. >> there's some stuff going on. just wonder if there's people around to trade on it. >> are we still in a period where good news in one quarter makes it a little more of -- sets the bar a little higher for the next? >> yeah. the threshold of surprise goes up a little bit. >> i think we're living with a case of a
to rosanne prats, the director of emergency preparedness for the louisiana department of health and hospitals that puts it smack in the middle of coordinating among federal, state and local agencies that are dealing with and preparing for the disasters. she has a background in health administration rules and was around during the katrina days in louisiana and has been with the department for more than 20 years. we are pleased to have you with us today. >> make sure i've got this right. >> can you hear me? all right good afternoon. i think i was one of the last panelists to be picked up on this very distinguished panel. usually i never had a loss for words. from the operations perspective if you told me, you know, that the problem is katrina, read the, gustav, ike, the mississippi oil spill, recently tropical storm isaac. some of the concerns we have is how can we evacuate have the coast line in a 38 hour period i know who to go to and how long it is going to take. how many will be evacuated or not, how many can help themselves, how many will be the state's assistance, how many of those will n
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